Tag Archives: Fruit

Plum Custard Tart Recipe

My Italian plum reverie stems from three places.

One, a poem. I first read it in college, and then in graduate school, and then heard it recited with some devotion—nearly like a prayer—by my sister over the years every early …

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Sour Cherry Galette with Cream Cheese Crust

The possibilities for sour cherries are endless. They’re a natural for Lebanese recipes, fitting right in with our penchant for all things sour and tart (the terms are used interchangeably to describe this type of cherry). Last week’s line-up of …

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Homemade Apricot-Lime Fruit Leather

If it still to this day surprises me, it’s got to be surprising to you too: Fruit leather is so Lebanese.

I was eating fruit leather long before I’d ever heard that term, and even before we were buying fruit …

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Favorite Things: A Silpat nonstick mat

How do I love thee, Silpat? Let me count the ways.

If anything Made in France for baking doesn’t get you good, the functionality of a Silpat will. Silpat is a thin, flexible mat that is a 100% reliable nonstick …

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Apple butter, slow cooked

I’m making a lot of an incredibly good apple butter these days, and it all started with the oatmeal. And habits. Which I haven’t always been great at forming. It’s taken some time and thought to recognize this about myself, …

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